Fellow blogger, Susan Goffe, who ought to have a nickname like ‘Rotweiler’ 🙂 is again pushing for greater transparency by sharing this important report. It makes interesting reading, given that the main issue is about integrity (and by extension, the absence of any impression of impropriety). When you look at the interrelationships of players in the various saga, you have to ask yourself if people didn’t say to themselves at least once, “You know, people may think we are too close, personally, to one another, or our connections would make many wonder if we are in cahoots” or some cautionary expression of doubt about whether what was going on would seem ‘above board’ to the average person. If they did, they clearly came to the conclusion that “Nothing here could cast suspicion over any of our actions” or “Even if people are supicious, they can’t do anything, so let’s just carry on.” None of that is meant to cast asperions on any individual but is my way of teasing out the kind of mindset that public officials have in carrying out duties as public servants. Read on!

 

Three reports from the Integrity Commission were tabled in Parliament today, June 30 2020. Two are special reports of the Commissions investigations …

Integrity Commission Petrojam Reports Tabled in Parliament